RIP Yaphet Kotto…. Sad news to share: the Iconic Actor Yaphet Kotto has died at the age of 81..- He was born in Harlem, New York, of Cameroonian royal ancestry (his great -grandfather had been a king in pre-colonial days… Read More ›
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The Crime Masterpiece “Heat!” My “Cult Movie Monday” Has This Electrifying Pacino / DeNiro Thriller!
Fasten Your Seat Belt For This Iconic Thriller! In 1995, the world was blown away by the exciting, multi-layered and soon-to-be iconic crime masterpiece “Heat!” From the cast to the production, this topnotch thriller is an intelligent crime drama that… Read More ›
“I can’t fly: I suffer from aviaphobia”. “What does that mean?” “It means I can’t fly. I also suffer from acrophobia and claustrophobia.” “I’ll tell you what: if you don’t cooperate, you’re gonna suffer from “fistophobia”!” If you know what… Read More ›
Let’s Go To The Movies! My second home is a movie palace: a place to escape, to explore, to dream, and to get a raised heartbeat due to stuff like this: Yes, “killer go go dancers” are always an important… Read More ›
A List So Large It Could Fill A Theater THIS BIG! Yes, my “Movie A-Z” countdown has hit another letter packed with classic films. It seems like every time I post I leave something great off due to the limitation… Read More ›
Albert Brooks! “Lost In America” Criterion Collection! Three More Great Reasons To Love Him – “Taxi Driver” For One!
Albert Brooks Gets “Lost” Again! Actor/Director Albert Brooks posted this note on Twitter, letting fans know that The Criterion Collection is releasing a new, expanded blu-ray edition of his 1985 comic gem “Lost In America!” “You couldn’t change your life… Read More ›
My Movie Alphabet! Yes, the poster art says “Vol. 2” – because I missed the first “go-round” on this fun exercise in cinema! A movie for every letter of the alphabet – who can refuse? For many of us, this… Read More ›
It’s “Rush Hour” Meets “Midnight Run!” If you ever wanted to see those classic “buddy comedy” films mashed together, well here you go! Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville star in “Skiptrace”, which does indeed sound like a “Rush Hour Midnight… Read More ›
Two Legendary Actors Bite Into A Crime! Here is a great new movie to share: two incredible actors working for one of the most eclectic Writer/Directors in film…and of course, it comes with a bit of controversy! Talk About “Dog… Read More ›
“Heat – A Los Angeles Crime Saga” This 1995 Michael Mann film is a modern classic, one of the greatest action thrillers of the era, and also remembered for making motion picture history: Amazingly, “Heat” was the first film to… Read More ›